The world's most glamorous soccer player has been active in recent tabloid gossip. After a much-publicized split with his former girlfriend, Real Madrid superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo has apparently moved on to Playboy playmate Daniella Chavez. In a recent interview, Chavez revealed how she and Ronaldo first met.

According to several reports, Chavez, a Chilean who’s appeared on the pages of Mexico’s Playboy, said she met the 30-year-old soccer titan in the United States in November of last year.

Unfortunately, that date overlaps with Ronaldo’s five-year relationship with Sports Illustrated model Irina Shayk. Chavez said in a recent interview with Mexican tabloid Reforma that she “wanted to fulfill a dream and have sex with [Ronaldo]. I love his body,” according to Chavez also said Ronaldo liked her “face, my breasts and the fact that he had never slept with a Playmate.”

Ronaldo and Shayk ended their relationship in January, and Chavez credited the alleged affair to their breakup. Shayk almost confirmed the report of Ronaldo’s alleged infidelity in comments she made to Hola! via Daily Mirror.

“It’s very simple. You have to be faithful to your other half and not have secrets. That’s my rule,” Shayk said.

The 29-year-old Russian has recently been linked to Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper, months after several reports indicated she found messages on Ronaldo’s phone from other women.

According to GQ last month, Chavez and Ronaldo are now dating, with the men’s magazine wondering whether Chavez can still support Chile’s national squad while ensconced with Portugal’s best player.

Based off some of the pictures below, some which originate from her Instagram account, where she’s followed by more than 411,000 users, Chavez certainly loves the beautiful game.

High-profile soccer players linked to infidelity reports is nothing new. David Beckham, who, like Ronaldo, also played for Manchester United and Real Madrid, was involved in numerous reports of cheating on his pop-star wife Victoria Adams, with his personal assistant Rebecca Loos.